- See Tivoli Application Services (TAS).
- An executable item (a TME resource) that can be
run on any managed node transparently; this can be a shell script, a
Perl script, a compiled program or any other
kind of valid executable.
- task library
- A library or repository for one or more tasks. See
- See Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
- See Tivoli Desktop Services (TDS).
- See Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM).
- See Tivoli Extended Interface Definition
- See Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP).
- A item that places limits or acceptable ranges of values on
- Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM)
- An old and inefficient technology that allocates rigid time
slices to each network client (voice, video, or data).
- time to live (TTL)
- The field used in a protocol (such as DNS
or ICMP) to indicate how many more network
hops are allowed before the packet is dropped
(discarded) (and, in terms of a TCP protocol
as opposed to a UDP protocol) an error returned
to the sender.
- See Trusted Information Systems (TIS).
- A Tivoli application for the administration of user and group
information, system configuration and network services.
- Tivoli Application Services (TAS)
- A component of the TMP.
- A Tivoli application for the distribution and installation of
applications and system software.
- Tivoli Desktop Services (TDS)
- A library providing runtime convenience functions that manipulate
or generate desktop commands.
- Tivoli/Enterprise Console
- A Tivoli application for centralizing automated operations and
- A Tivoli application for backup and recovery functions.
- Tivoli Extended Interface Definition
- A superset of IDL supporting the
definition of security, installation, initialization and other
- Tivoli Management Environment (TME)
- A set of management applications that provide direct control
over specific resources in the distributed computing environment,
and provides a simple, consistent interface to diverse operating
systems, applications, and distributed services.
- Tivoli Management Framework (TMF)
- Provides basic system administration capabilities, as well as a
set of foundation services for management applications, including
a Tivoli administrator facility, an administrative privilege
facility, a system policy facility, and a notification facility.
- Tivoli Management Platform (TMP)
- The software infrastructure upon which the management applications
are based. It has two main components, TMF and
- Tivoli Management Region (TMR)
- TMRs are a series of loosely connected regions, each with its
own server for managing local clients.
- Tivoli Name Registry (TNR)
- A service responsible for registering object names and looking
up the associated object reference upon request.
- A Tivoli application for managing a distributed print system.
- Tivoli Professional Services (TPS)
- Consulting services offered to user installations by Tivoli Systems,
- A Tivoli application for monitoring the availability of system
resources and services.
- A Tivoli application for scheduling and managing complex,
interdependent jobs distributed over multiple systems.
- See top-level domains (TLD).
- See Transport Layer Interface (TLI).
- See Tivoli Management Environment (TME).
- See Tivoli Management Framework (TMF).
- See Tivoli Management Platform (TMP).
- See Tivoli Management Region (TMR).
- See Tivoli Name Registry (TNR).
- top-level domains (TLD)
- The original seven possible rightmost component of a
fully-qualified domain name (FQDN):
com, edu, gov, int,
mil, net, and org. All except
int are administered by the
- See Tivoli Professional Services (TPS).
- A ring of adjacent sectors on a disk.
The concentric circles of a disk
- Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
- A connection-oriented
protocol (RFC 793); data is guaranteed to arrive reliably
and in sequence. See also IP family.
- Transport Layer Interface (TLI)
- An SVR4 (AT&T System V, Release 4 Unix) communications layer that
sits at the same level as BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) Unix
- Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
- A protocol, defined in
which is a subset of the File Transfer
959), which allows files to be transferred between hosts with
limited authentication and only minimal error checking. See also
Boot Protocol (BOOTP).
- trojan horse
- A program designed to emulate another program (such as /bin/login)
with the express intent of using the data it receives in a way that
negatively impacts your productivity.
- Trusted Information Systems (TIS)
- The vendor of a major firewall product.
- See time to live (TTL).
- two-phase commit
- The protocol that transaction monitors use in guaranteeing that a
set of operations are completed as a unit.
- TXT record
- See DNS record types, TXT record.